Top 1 - Richard Griffiths - American Chamber of Commerce Libya - Tripoli, Libya
Richard H. Griffiths (born 7 July 1975 in Kempton Park, Republic of South Africa) is an entrepreneur and international advisor.
Top 2 - The hashed potato/gravy, pancake diet - Paris, France
Paris is freezing, which means you are chilled like a Gin tonic. The strong winds are pushing snow and hail into the streets.
Top 3 - Womanizer and Playboy - Tokyo, Japan
Andrew Lloyd Webber, financially the most successful composer in history, revealed to me one day how he used to trick overbooked restaurants in London to find a table for him—he just mumbled someth
Top 4 - Christmas Made in the USA
Try to dream the joy of Christmas. Really do, because without pretending you will be depressed. This is a great time for hypocrisy.
Top 5 - Days of celebrations - Paris, France
It was supposed to be a day of celebration-acceptance into university, a promotion, or just a dinner of love or sober business, drowned by a bottle of Bordeaux or Chablis.
Top 6 - The Roles of Solicitors in the English Legal System - London, United Kingdom
In the English law or English legal system, the practicing lawyers are divided into two different types. The first type is called the Solicitors and the second type is called the Barristers.
Top 7 - The Complete Explanation about Equality Act 2010 - London, United Kingdom
Actually, it is important to know about the equality act 2010 for UK, since this is a specific kind of act which can be found at the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
Top 8 - IRA Leader - Part I - Belfast, Northern Ireland,
For the Irish, at least for Catholics on the divided island, Joe Cahill was a freedom fighter. The British had a different opinion: they condemned him to death.
Top 9 - IRA Leader - Part II - Belfast, Northern Ireland,
I was curious to meet this man, who had nothing flamboyant about him, no touch of Che Guevara, certainly not, although during one of the funerals the Irish terrorist was wearing a beret.
Top 10 - IRA Leader - Part III - Belfast, Northern Ireland,
The soldiers arrested 342 citizens in their first dawn raids, but none of the leadership of the IRA was captured.
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